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'Gro-Low' aromatic sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low')
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'Gro-Low' sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low', zones 3 to 9), and it's not poisonous in the least. Grow it for its glossy blue-green leaves, buttery-yellow spring flowers, fuzzy red fruit in late summer and fire-engine-crimson fall color. This plant is one tough cookie and grows great in shade, but it picks up steam
'Gro-Low' sumac (Rhus aromatica 'Gro-Low', zones 3 to 9), and it's not poisonous in the least. Grow it for its glossy blue-green leaves, buttery-yellow spring flowers, fuzzy red fruit in late summer and fire-engine-crimson fall color. grows great in shade, but picks up steam faster with sun and heat
low-grow sumac is not poisonous -- butter-yellow spring flowers, blue-green leaves with fuzzy red fruit in late summer, then fire-engine red fall cover. grows great in shade but doesn't mind sun and heat.
“Beautiful” — Michelle Kuhn
GardenArt
Plant of the Week — Serviceberry
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Seasonal interest: Showy white spring flowers and dark berries, delicate leaves, brilliant fall color and a beautiful sculptural form and smooth gray bark to enjoy in winter When to plant: Spring to fall GardenArt Distinguishing traits. Early spring brings stunning white flowers in loose racemes, which transform
Seasonal interest: Showy white spring flowers and dark berries, delicate leaves, brilliant fall color and a beautiful sculptural form and smooth gray bark to enjoy in winter When to plant: Spring to fall
Seasonal interest: Showy white spring flowers and dark berries, delicate leaves
Love the white flowers. Plant in the front yard perhaps?
Downy Serviceberry. Spring flower, green leaves Summer, orange leaves and berries in Fall.
“Amelanchier canadensis; Serviceberry tree” — Nicole Pedersen Coughlin
Barbara Pintozzi
ripening blueberries
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requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 to 7 feet tall, depending upon variety Seasonal interest: Spring flowers, red fall foliage Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune off twiggy growth in spring before new growth emerges.
heatLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 3 to 7 feet tall, depending upon varietySeasonal interest: Spring flowers, red fall foliagePlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune off twiggy growth in spring before new growth emerges.
blueberries are reasonably long-lived). The next spring, only remove low, drooping or crossing canes. The third spring, cut back the branches to 6 to 8 buds and remove any stems that are growing too long. By year 5, begin removing any old canes every spring to encourage new and more productive growth.Every
“blueberries” — ssgeorge
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Container Vegetable Gardens
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6. Eggplants. The eggplant is often overlooked for both traditional edible gardens and container gardens. It’s a shame, because this really is a gorgeous plant, with beautiful violet-colored spring flowers and shiny bright fruits in shades of
for both traditional edible gardens and container gardens. It’s a shame, because this really is a gorgeous plant, with beautiful violet-colored spring flowers and shiny bright fruits in shades of purple (and white, green, red and yellow these days). Eggplants aren’t huge, but they want a bit of space
for both traditional edible gardens and container gardens. It’s a shame, because this really is a gorgeous plant, with beautiful violet-colored spring flowers and shiny bright fruits in shades of purple (and white, green, red and yellow these days). Eggplants aren’t huge, but they want a bit of space
“Wow! What a cool potted plant.” — hahancock
Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
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can you share the name of the yellow flowers? thanks
what are the pink flowers in front of the black eyed susans
tall Bloom time: Summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing freeze and mulch during the winter. How to grow Black-eyed Susan (rudbeckia)
listed below bloom only in fall. Others may begin their bloom season earlier in the year. And some of the annuals that are normally considered spring flowers will flourish in the cooler fall weather, if only for a short time.
cies flowers often have the flavor butterflies prefer and have evolved with, unlike many cultivars, which have been bred in favor of a certain growth habit or petal color.
“Flowerd” — rhouse14
Andrew Keys
Wine & Roses(R) weigela (Weigela florida Wine & Roses (R))
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Other new favorites include the purple weigelas (pronounced why-JEE-lah), like Wine & Roses (Weigela florida Wine & Roses, zones 4 to 8), shown here, named for its pink spring flowers that make for a bold
Other new favorites include the purple weigelas (pronounced why-JEE-lah), like Wine & Roses, zones 4 to 8, shown here, named for its pink spring flowers that make for a bold combo with purple leaves. Wine & Roses often colors up in a particularly interesting purple that almost veers into chocolate
include the purple weigelas (pronounced why-JEE-lah), like Wine & Roses (Weigela florida Wine & Roses, zones 4 to 8), shown here, named for its pink spring flowers that make for a bold combo with purple leaves. Wine & Roses often colors up in a particularly interesting purple that almost veers into chocolate
“Shrubs” — Michele Demmin
Statile & Todd
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Serpentine Woodland Wall amongst daffodils
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The freestanding stone wall sits within a woodland garden. In the spring, masses of daffodils carpet the woodland area.
Spring-flowering bulbs. Continue planting any spring-flowering bulbs you didn’t get in the ground last month. Bulbs to plant now
Have you ever noticed that yellow is a primary color in early spring. It says wake me up and shout springtime!
bright and cheerful must plant daff bulbs fo next spring
Spring-flowering bulbs. Continue planting any spring-flowering bulbs you didn’t get in the ground last month. Bulbs to plant now include anemones, daffodils, grape hyacinth, ranunculus
hyacinths, Louisiana irises, jonquils, cannas, gladiolus and dahlias. Choose a sunny spot in your garden to tuck in flower bulbs or plan to have large sweeps of flowering bulbs for a spectacular spring display. Bulbs should be planted at a depth that's two to three times the width of the bulb, but I like to follow
“love daffodils” — tabarnes42
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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most catalogs directly into snowdrifts. (This may also help you figure out what flower you want to go where come spring.)
Central Plains. Dreaming of spring flowers? “Plant and seed catalogs will be coming in the mail like gangbusters — this is a boon to both the struggling postal service and any winter
Dream of spring flowers. Plant and seed catalogs will be coming in the mail like gangbusters — this is a boon to both the struggling postal service and any winter blues you might be having. It's time to dream about what to plant and how to improve the landscape. If you're impatient, you can sow most
improve the landscape. If you’re impatient, you can sow most catalogs directly into snowdrifts. (This may also help you figure out what flower you want to go where come spring.)”Get his Central Plains January checklist
“Ha Ha this is just lazy and wonderfully practical all at the same time” — micjay517221p
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